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2022 Ford Maverick Order Holder Private Offer Details Revealed

With a substantial number of 2022 Ford Maverick orders left unfilled, many customers are looking forward to the 2023 model year. Order banks for the 2023 Maverick opened up last week, but are already set to close this week following tremendous demand and the aforementioned backlog of existing orders, while details regarding order conversions for the new model year were previously promised to arrive this month. Now, 2022 Ford Maverick order holder private offer details have indeed been revealed via a dealer bulletin recently seen by Cars Direct.

The incentive – which is officially called the 2023 Model Year Maverick Transition Customer Satisfaction Private Offer Program – will provide 2022 Ford Maverick EcoBoost order holders with a $1,750 private offer that can be applied toward the purchase of a 2023 Maverick with either powertrain, while Hybrid customers getting an even bigger incentive of $2,750. Those eligible for this deal must place their replacement order by October 31st, 2022, and as one might imagine, the Tremor Off-Road Package is excluded.

It seems as if Ford is offering these deals to help offset the price increases incurred by all 2023 Maverick trims, though it’s worth noting that they also exceed the value of those increases. As Ford Authority reported yesterday, the XL trim has increased in price by $1,200, while both the XLT and Lariat are now $1,095 more expensive, and turbocharged Ford 2.0L I-4 EcoBoost I-4 is now a no-charge option on all trims.

There are a few changes in store for the 2023 Ford Maverick, which is getting the aforementioned Tremor Off-Road Package and a Black Appearance Package, while XL trim models are gaining standard cruise control, as Ford Authority reported last week. The pair of new packages are supply constrained, however, along with a host of other features and options. Regardless, in addition to a delay in order banks opening up, 2023 Maverick production was also pushed back several weeks recently and is currently scheduled to begin at the Hermosillo Assembly plant in Mexico on November 14th, 2022.

We’ll have more on the Maverick very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Don

    Tried to buy a Mavrick. Put order in. Good to go. Then PCB Nationwide changed order and up charged me ovre 4000 dollars.

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  2. Steve G

    Don’t know if order banks opening last week and closing again shortly is a positive or negative for people placing new orders. Does anyone have a clue about what’s going on?

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  3. Bob Deline

    I ordered a 2022 Maverick XLT Hybrid, June6/22 and did the paperwork for changeover
    to a 2023, will I get the $ 2750.00 private offer. I am in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

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  4. JElledge

    I ordered the Maverick XLT on 1/18 and just received an order confirmation from Ford. Scheduled the week of 10/24.

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  5. John Klepfer

    I was able to order the hybrid xlt day of the night closing I think it went through Franklin Ford Tn but have not received conformation from Ford? Also if Ford can figure out a way to cot down on road noise would be really an asset

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  6. donnie

    you really believe all this incentive stuf when people waiting over a year with no maverick have watched their prices go up several times on a truck that is still being built??????? love their way of keeping us informed-after a year truck in production for 6 weeks according to fords e-mails-then truck went to built and will be delivered to erie, pa in less then 10 days-really If amazon can keep track of a $6.00 order to include keeping you informed of delays than why can’t ford keep track of a $30, 000 truck-they keep playing this supply issue-and with a $1500.00 delivery fee, they should be able to let you track your vehicle every mile of the way to delivery-yah-ford has a better idea

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